Social Media/Editorial Marketing Intern

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BoardGamePrices.com
 Virtual
Posted: February 10 2015
Company Location: Danbury, CT
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

BoardGamePrices.com is seeking a talented and motivated intern to take on social media and editorial marketing
responsibilities. This involves writing blogs for BoardGamePrices.com as well as contributing and carrying out social
media marketing matters.

Semester Credit plus Stipend available upon completion

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for:

• Writing 3-5 blog posts per week

• Help organize and contribute to an up-to-date editorial calendar

• Posting unique content and relevant recycled content on various social media outlets (twitter, facebook, etc.)

• Promoting said content to the proper demographics

• Monitoring web reputation channels such as BoardGameGeek.com forums and Reddit Board Game forums

• Collaborating on various editorial, PR, and email marketing efforts

Requirements

What we expect from you:

• Have a genuine and enthusiastic passion for board games

• Be a highly skilled verbal and written communicator

• Have a genuine interest in pop culture, web marketing, and social media. Being addicted to the internet is a
good thing in this case.

• Be highly organized and efficient when it comes to scheduling/planning blogs and social media marketing
strategies

• Possess self-motivation and confidence when it comes to all duties

• Available to work 10-20 hours per week

Skills

Required - Article Writing, Board Games, Casual Games, Social Media
Preferred - WordPress, Google Drive, Board Games, Casual Games, Social Games, SEO copywriting, SEOmoz

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